LAW STUDENTS – ARE YOU ASKING THINGS LIKE . . .
. . . What’s OCI? What if I skipped OCI? How do I become a Prosecutor? Are there still jobs for this summer? If I got a 1L summer associate position, can I stop updating my resume? How do I become a judicial law clerk? What do legal employers really want to hear in an interview? What job should I pursue so I can try cases? I hate the courtroom—what can I do? . . .
Well fear not, because five of Minnesota’s bar organizations for diverse attorneys are hosting the student jobs event of the school year on March 21, 2017, where all of these questions will be answered—and you do not want to miss it.
WHO: Affinity Bar Law Students, Their Friends, & Legal Employers/Recruiters
WHAT: Panel Discussion and “Informal but Organized” Networking with attorneys from all corners of the profession including judges who hire clerks.
WHAT ELSE: A resume collect-- we are going to have four boxes where students can deposit their resumes. Students, bring up to four resumes to drop off for (1) Large firm (25+), (2) Medium/Small Firm (<25), (3) Government/NP, (4) Judges. Employers who wish to be able to follow up with students can sign up to receive resumes for their practice area.
WHAT TO EXPECT: Candid advice from a panel of attorneys with job searching and career planning perspectives from all areas of the profession. And a low-stakes, friendly networking reception where you will literally have a map of the room and can meet attorneys from many different practice settings.
If you have questions, please email Aalok Sharma, a vice president of the Minnesota Asian Pacific American Bar Association (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Register and find out more here.
Minnesota Asian Pacific American Bar Association | Minnesota Association of Black Lawyers | Minnesota Hispanic Bar Association | Minnesota Lavender Bar Association | Minnesota Women Lawyers
Special thanks to our host Dorsey & Whitney LLP: